One of the new cool ways to get back at people is, apparently, SWATting, wherein the prankster calls 911 (or whatever) claiming to have heard gunfire from the neighbor's place. The emergency folks show up in body armor with guns drawn, shoot the dog, curse at the kids, and generally raise mayhem until someone realizes the only gunfire came from Johnny Law and his pals. So I wonder: given the willingness of the LDS Church's band of would be Defenders of the Internet Faith to dole out disciplinary councils (see for example, Adrian Larsen and the Van Allens) perhaps we could make Mormon Apostate Blog SWATting a new thing. You start a blog with some controversial topic ("Honey, Brigham said I should divorce you because he has more keys..."), sign your name as R. Burton McConkie, or some other neighbor you're keen to see brought up on charges of Abstaining from the Corporate Kool-Aid, and get a nice little burning in your bosom knowing the consequentialism has your back. The comment boards are open; let us know how it goes.